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Heleomyzidae? ID help needed
Barbara Cooper
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Posted on 15-02-2019 11:30
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Can anyone help with an ID please? Photographed on 14-2-2019 in a rural garden in Leicestershire, UK.
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Sorry they're poor photos.
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Ectemnius
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Hi Barbara,

With this habitus and an entirely yellow stigma, 90% this is Tephrochlamys rufuventris.

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Ectemnius
 
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Thanks! That's what I thought it looked like!
 
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The small bristle on the anterior of mid femur is visible in 1st pic, so T. rufiventris looks right to me, too.
 
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Thanks!
 
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